Write Me a Murder
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Write Me A Murder is a 1961 mystery play in three acts by Frederick Knott.
The play tells the story of the brothers Clive and David Rodingham, who inherit the family fortune upon the death of their father. They then meet business man Charles and his wife Julie, a would-be thriller writer. Charles is anxious to work with the brothers on property deals, and so encourages David, who is also a writer, to co-author a murder story with Julie. It isn’t long before the two concoct the perfect crime, which is soon twisted into a reality…
Write Me A Murder opened at the Belasco Theater on October 24, 1961, and ran for 196 performances.
- The Hon. David Rodingham - James Donald
- The Hon. Clive Rodingham - Denholm Elliott
- Julie Sturrock - Kim Hunter
- Dr. Elizabeth Woolley - Ethel Griffies
- Charles Sturrock - Torin Thatcher
- Mr. Tibbit - Robert Milli
- Constable Hackett - Herbert Voland
Australian TV Adaptation
|Write Me a Murder|
|Directed by||Henri Safran|
|8 December 1965 (Melbourne)|
- Rhod Walker as Clive Rodingham
- Alan Edwards as David Rodingham
- John Gray as Charles Sturrock
- Judith Fisher as Julie Sturrock
- Gwen Plumb as Elizabeth Wooley
- Bob Haddow as Constable Hackett
- "TV Guide". The Age. 2 December 1965. p. 19.
- "What to stay home for...". The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995). ACT: National Library of Australia. 6 December 1965. p. 17. Retrieved 23 June 2015.
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